Gift Catalog

Browse our gift catalog for ways to bless
persecuted Christians this Christmas.

“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” – Jeremiah 29:11

The words of Jeremiah 29:11 were written to weary and oppressed Jews living in exile in Babylon. As followers of Jesus, we too are exiles in this world, and like the Jews in Babylon, our persecuted siblings in Christ feel the pangs of hostility and displacement.

Whether being chased out of their homes, being blocked from employment, being harassed, or even being kidnapped, tortured, and killed, Christians in Syria, Iraq, Egypt, and Nigeria are suffering every day because of their faith in Jesus.

This Christmas season, let’s remind our brothers and sisters in Christ that the Lord has good plans for them. Below you’ll find five incredible ways to give in Iraq, Egypt, Syria, and Nigeria. 

Digital Catalog

Download our 2021 Christmas gift catalog.
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Give $200 or more this Christmas to receive

 a box of handcrafted items by the women we serve in Nigeria, Egypt, Syria, or Iraq!

Gift Options

Send Christmas Gifts to Children

Together we can bless 6,000 children with clothes, hygiene items, and a celebration of the birth of Christ.

Support Income-generating Projects in Syria

Support women who create and sell handcrafted items to provide for their families.

Support Communities in Iraq

Help us launch our holistic development model in new communities in Iraq this year.

Support an Elementary School in Nigeria

A gift of $110 sponsors education for one child for an entire year.

Support Communities in Egypt

Help us launch our holistic development model in new communities in Egypt this year.

Join the Pulse

Apart from prayer, monthly giving is the best way to come alongside Take Heart.

Our Impact

In 2020, Take Heart 

  • spiritually encouraged 31,000 persecuted Christians


  • hosted virtual services for 1,000 people


  • distributed COVID-19 prevention materials to 7,750 people


  • supported 400 families with income-generating projects